“The Evolution of Radio Broadcasting in English Football: A Century of History”

The history of radio broadcast and English football is an interesting one, spanning over a century of technological advances and developments. From the first radio broadcast of an English football match in 1927, to the modern day Premier League broadcasts that reach millions of viewers every week, radio has been an integral part of the... Continue Reading →

“From Arsenal’s First Televised Match to Modern Day Billion £ Football Broadcasting: The History of English Football on the Screen”

Football has been a popular sport in the United Kingdom for decades, and its popularity has only grown with the emergence of televised games. In the early days, the only way to watch football was to attend the games in person, but this changed with the introduction of television in the 1930s. Televised football in... Continue Reading →

The History …. or shall we say decline … of print media in sport

The relationship between football newspaper articles and broadcast media has a long and complex history. Newspapers were the primary source of coverage for football in the early days, providing detailed game reviews, recaps as well as other stories related to the game. As the game of football had grown in popularity, newspapers began to expand... Continue Reading →

“The Intersection of Media and Sport: Exploring the Impact of the Media on the Evolution of Sport”

The word media is a plural form of the Latin word 'medium'. The word "medium" refers to the midway or the process of mediating. In our situation, information exchange between two or more people or entities, the media source and the consumer (Petersen-Wagner, 2020). Football has a long history with media, but the introduction of new... Continue Reading →

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